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  • Pasut Beach

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    Pasut Beach is located in Tibubiyu village, Kerambitan subdistrict, Tabanan County approximately 14 km southwest of the town of Tabanan. Pasut Beach is an expansive black sand beach with charming scenery and is a great place to watch the sunset in tranquility as the beach is both quite and comfortable making it a perfect hideaway

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  • Margarana Memorial Park

    Margarana Memorial Park0

    On November 20, 1946, there was an all-out battle of the armed forces of the Republic of Indonesia against the Dutch colonialist at Kelaci Hamlet, Marga Village, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel I Gusti Ngurah Rai. The battle is better known as the war of Puputan Margarana.

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  • Majestic Soka Beach

    Majestic Soka Beach0

    Soka Beach is located at Antap village, Selemadeg subdistrict, Tabanan County, right on the main road connecting Jembrana to Denpasar. The distance from Denpasar is about 45 km and about 84 km from Gilimanuk. Density of vehicles passing through the route is very high from the morning till night because it is the only road

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  • Kelating Beach

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    Kelating beach is located in the Village Kelating, District Kerambitan,Tabanan,about 13 km from the town of Tabanan. Distance from Denpasar City about 33 miles and you only took about 70 minutes away from Ngurah Rai Airport to reach this Kelating Coast attractions.

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  • Enjoying Countryside Charm of Mengesta

    Enjoying Countryside Charm of Mengesta0

    Wow… how beautiful the countryside of Mengesta Village is. Terraced rice fields with organic rice plants, dry fields overgrown with lush trees, small familiar animals and clean surroundings make this village really convenient. Moreover, people are very friendly making the village atmosphere peaceful.

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  • Eka Karya Botanical Garden

    Eka Karya Botanical Garden0

    Eka Karya Bali Botanical Garden is a large botanical garden located in Tabanan County, Bali. It is the first botanical garden founded by the Indonesian government on July 15, 1959. Its operation is managed by the Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), while the organizational structure and development is under the Center for Plant Conservation of

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